Galway GAA sponsors Supermacs say complaints from 'parents and mentors' prompted statement  The42View full coverage on Google News
The fast food chain wants to know how sponsorship money has been spent by the Galway county board.The fast food chain wants to know how sponsorship money has been spent by the Galway county board.

Galway GAA sponsors Supermacs say complaints from 'parents and mentors' prompted statement

Supermac's have issued a statement clarifying the motivation behind last week's statement on Galway GAA's spending, saying that complaints from parents, mentors and management teams were among the factors that prompted them to act.Supermac's have issued a statement clarifying the motivation behind last week's statement on Galway GAA's spending, saying that complaints from parents, mentors and management teams were among the factors that prompted them to act.

Supermac's say mentors' complaints prompted statement

Hurling clubs in Galway will meet later this week to start the process again of coming with a manager to lead the senior team in 2020 after all three nominated to succeed Micheál Donoghue withdrew their names.Hurling clubs in Galway will meet later this week to start the process again of coming with a manager to lead the senior team in 2020 after all three nominated to succeed Micheál Donoghue withdrew their names.

Galway hurling clubs to start manager search again as Supermac's issue new statement

Last week, the fast food outlet sought clarification on how the €1.6m that they have allocated to the board has been spent Last week, the fast food outlet sought clarification on how the €1.6m that they have allocated to the board has been spent

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